Tracking 10 Years of the Real Estate Market in Charleston

Every day I am asked the question - do you think we are in a real estate bubble? How much do you think values will rise over the next few years? Will there be a crash?? I wish I could have a magic looking glass, but I've been instructed never to make predictions. However, I can give you some key information and pretty graphs that will possibly help you decide the answer for yourself.  So let's look at a couple important items, comparing 2006 to 2016, and then play with some charts tracking 10 years of the real estate market in Charleston. The way I see it, two things are different between 2006 to read more...

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One Response to Tracking 10 Years of the Real Estate Market in Charleston

  1. Susan says:

    I can’t imagine with the new lending laws that are so incredibly strict that there could be a bubble. I think it makes sense what you were saying about fewer low priced houses because investors are coming in and buying them. With all the people moving to Charleston, investing seems like a good idea to me.

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